Welcome to AMRAS-DR!

Just so everyone knows, I will be withdrawing support for this site a few months after match. I will export all the tables and provide links to them on Reddit so that there is archival data for all of this, but I have received some emails and I've read some comments here as well as on the Google Sheets about the preference for the Google Sheet and I don't want to spend any more time on this site if it won't be used as much. I'm happy it was helpful to some of you during this season, and think it was good try and fun project for me! I wish all of you the best of luck on the interview season and look forward to joining you all as a colleague over the next few months.

Peace out fam,
AvatarMD

 

Welcome to the AvatarMD Residency Applications System (AMRAS) for Diagnostic Radiology!

This site is being developed by a fourth-year medical student going into radiology with the hopes that it will facilitate the discussions we have and allow for easy review of data from previous application cohorts.

Please be sure to read all rules before posting or commenting. Using this website means you agree to follow the below rules. Use the navigation to your right to get around the content similar to the spreadsheets from Reddit. Thank you to all of those who produced and moderated those sheets, this website has been based on the same setup as those.

Rules (by using this site and all its functions, you agree to follow these)

1.) No personal attacks.
2.) Please avoid trying to edit any additional content on the site. If you are concerned about something that has been posted, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
3.) Don't spread any false information. We're all in this together (go wild cats! lol omg I hate myself) and should try to support each other as much as possible.
4.) Keep discussions as anonymous as you can. I have it set up so that you can choose to use a name or username, but this is unnecessary in most cases.
5.) No discrimination (rule #1: no personal attacks).
6.) Take everything you read on this website with a grain of salt. Information on this site is not vetted, and there can certainly be misinformation/misrepresentation of programs because of one person's perspective. Always confirm anything you read here, and if you have more up-to-date or accurate knowledge, please update the information here.

Radiology MATCH and Residency Resources